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Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Surgery

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Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Surgery

The Smart Way to Treat Pain

A minimally invasive orthopaedic surgical procedure uses special techniques, small incisions and specialized instruments. For patients, minimally invasive surgery means less trauma to the body, reduced blood loss, smaller surgical incisions and decreased need of pain medication. Patients who undergo minimally invasive surgery also experience reduced postoperative pain and scarring, shorter hospital stays, faster rehabilitation, better preservation of normal anatomy and an earlier return to work and normal daily activities.

Treatment For

Such injuries include, but are not limited to:
 

Pre-Op & Aftercare

What you can expect before, during and after orthopaedic surgery

At Kayal Orthopaedic Center, we believe that an informed patient is a happy and healthy patient. That’s why we encourage you to ask questions about your upcoming appointment or surgery. It’s also important to provide our team with any important medical records or personal information. To prep for an appointment and speed waiting time, visit our Patient Portal and download any necessary forms.Or, read more about your Pre-Op and Aftercare here.

 
 

Benefits

Discover the advantages

Outpatient procedures allow patients to return the same day to the comfort of their own home, without an overnight hospital stay. Many of these procedures are performed arthroscopically through tiny incisions. Compared to traditional open incisions, minimally invasive surgery means less trauma to the body, reduced blood loss, smaller surgical scars and decreased need of pain medication. Reconstruction is often more natural and wound closure is easier. Patients who undergo minimally invasive surgery also experience reduced postoperative pain and scarring, shorter hospital stays, faster rehabilitation, better preservation of normal anatomy and an earlier return to work and normal daily activities.

Why Choose Kayal

Be in the hands of an elite surgical team that’s focused on you. Meet The Team